Transition Town West Kirby
19th March Doors open 5:30pm for 6pm
Homegrown Bananas open stage gig hosted by Wirral duo NALA ACOUSTIC at @Astoria, West Kirby.
Musicians, poets & storytellers share talents in friendly, family-orientated venues. Come to entertain, and/or to be entertained. Look out for further dates later in 2014 on our Facebook page - www.facebook.com/pages/Homegrown-Bananas/454380174650721
Sat 22nd March 9am-1pm
West Kirby Farmers' Market
St Andrew's Church Hall, Graham Rd, CH48 5DE
By popular demand - your monthly Farmers' Market in West Kirby. Today and the 4th Sat in every month. Only genuine local producers selling their own quality artisan foods. Organised by local volunteers, producers and Transition West Kirby.
For producer news, seasonal recipes and other local food news, subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter at email@example.com
Friday 28th March 10-11am
Incredible Edible TTWK
Come and join us at the next Grange park orchard maintenance session (4th Friday of every month). Meet inside Black Horse Hill entrance of Grange cemetery at the fan- plum tree and find high vis. volunteers in the fields.
Friday 28th March 7.30pm
Transition Question Time
In the run up to the European elections in May - An evening with prospective MEP's (Conservative, Green Party, Labour, Liberal Democrat, UKIP) St Bridgets Centre, West Kirby, CH48 3JT Download poster here
PLEASE SUBMIT QUESTIONS BY TUES 25th MARCH to firstname.lastname@example.org - We encourage questions that focus on community resilience, sustainability and the principles of Transition. Places are limited, so advance booking is required - Tickets (max 2 per application) - Online: from Eventbrite
Suggested donation £5 includes refreshments, doors open 7pm.
Sunday 30th March
Homegrown Bananas presents... our next event #FRUITURISM is to be held as part of Liverpools excellent Threshold Festival of Music and Arts.
#FRUTURISM will mark the first appearance of Homegrown Bananas in Liverpool, with a mix of artists from around the North West and beyond scheduled to play including regulars The Owls, Jim Pearson, Creaky Bones and more.
Please contact us via email@example.com or via the Homegrown Bananas Facebook page for more information including buying tickets and other inquiries. Look out for online ticket sales very soon!
Saturday 5 April 9.30am ~ 2.30pm
St. Bridgets Bazaar
A People and Earth-Friendly Exchange at St. Bridgets Centre, West Kirby.
Food/Craft/Live Music/Community Fun!
Spring has now arrived, Yay! In addition to all our usual good stuff there will be:
• an apple tree tree grafting workshop, and you can graft an apple tree for your own garden. There may be a spare tree to graft if you haven't booked one in advance.
• local allotment growers on hand to answer any of your gardening questions
• rhubarb crowns, raspberry canes and strawberry plants to take home, and the first of the season's rhubarb to buy from Hoylake Allotment Society.
• seed planting for children
• Seed Swap stall - bring any spare seeds you may have of edible or ornamental plants and help yourself to anything you could use. No need to bring seeds in order to take some away.
Sat. 12th April 3-4pm
Incredible Edible TTWK
Come and join us at the next Grange park orchard maintenance session (2nd Saturday of every month). Meet inside Black Horse Hill entrance of Grange cemetery at the fan- plum tree and find high vis. volunteers in the fields.
Sunday 13th April 10.30am to about 3pm
A Spring Forage along the Wirral Way
Discover what's edible and what's not on a walk along the Wirral Way from West Kirby with Jesper Launder and Transition Town West Kirby. Book ahead for this popular event, email firstname.lastname@example.org Please put 'Spring Forage' in the subject line. Suggested donation £10 per head.
Rob Hopkins, founder of the Transition Movement, gave a talk in West Kirby in June 2008.
Download his powerpoint presentation from here (12MB).
Listen to TTWK on 7 Waves Radio Community Hour
( 80 Mb mp3 track - may take a few minutes to download.)
To get a grip on your carbon footprint visit our own helpful calculator: www.carbonindependent.org
Where to buy local eggs in West Kirby
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